|Posted by Alex on February 06, 19101 at 01:43:24:|
I have a bathroom toilet that has loud water hammer when it shuts off after completing a fill-up. I have no shortage of water pressure in my place as well. The toilet has a Fluidmaster tank assembly. It seems like the fluidmaster shuts off abruptly and thus causes the hammer. Do they make a toilet valve assemble that slows down as it is almost done filling the tank (thus reducing the sudden stop with all the pressure)? Can I put a water hammer arrestor between the shut off valve at the wall and the toilet?
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